EU Law Interest Section
Established in February 2000 by action of the EUSA Executive Committee
Section's next meeting:
The next Interest Section meeting will be at EUSA's 15th Biennial International Conference in 2017 in Miami.
Working mission statement:
All European Union scholars readily acknowledge that a significant element in the development of the European Community is the caselaw of the European Court of Justice. The EUSA EU Law Section will concern itself with the interplay between the judicial decisions of the ECJ and the Court of First Instance and the political and economic concerns of the EU. While our focus is primarily on legal developments within the Community, the Section encourages the involvement of political scientists, economists, social scientists, policy makers and law practitioners to develop a broad interdisciplinary and cross-sectoral working group on EU law.
To become a member of EUSA and join the EU Law Interest Section, check out the membership page.